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Turning the tables: how individual investors make use of data publics to take advantage of institutional investors

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Turning the tables : how individual investors make use of data publics to take advantage of institutional investors. / Tarim, Emre.

2017. Poster session presented at Data Publics: Investigating the formation and representation of crowds, groups and clusters in digital economies, Lancaster, United Kingdom.

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Tarim, E 2017, 'Turning the tables: how individual investors make use of data publics to take advantage of institutional investors', Data Publics: Investigating the formation and representation of crowds, groups and clusters in digital economies, Lancaster, United Kingdom, 31/03/17 - 2/04/17.

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Tarim, E. (2017). Turning the tables: how individual investors make use of data publics to take advantage of institutional investors. Poster session presented at Data Publics: Investigating the formation and representation of crowds, groups and clusters in digital economies, Lancaster, United Kingdom.

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Tarim E. Turning the tables: how individual investors make use of data publics to take advantage of institutional investors. 2017. Poster session presented at Data Publics: Investigating the formation and representation of crowds, groups and clusters in digital economies, Lancaster, United Kingdom.

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Tarim, Emre. / Turning the tables : how individual investors make use of data publics to take advantage of institutional investors. Poster session presented at Data Publics: Investigating the formation and representation of crowds, groups and clusters in digital economies, Lancaster, United Kingdom.

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